Etiqueta: Nicolás Maduro
2 April, 2020 Cuba Warns of Yankee Military Operation in Caribbean

Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs, said this Thursday that the military operation announced by the United States government involving the deployment of warships near Venezuela and special troop movements, constitutes a serious threat to the peace of all in the region.

9 March, 2020 U.S. and Brazil Sign Controversial Military Agreement

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and Admiral Craig Faller, Commander of the U.S. Southern Command, signed a bilateral defense agreement in Miami on Sunday, purportedly seeking to “improve or supply new military capabilities.”

4 October, 2019 Great Mission Housing Venezuela Overcomes Limitations

The Great Mission Housing Venezuela reached more than 2 million households delivered, despite the limitations currently imposed by the blockade of the United States, the Minister of Habitat and Housing, Ildemaro Villarroel, reported.

29 July, 2019 Diaz-Canel Ratifies Support to Venezuela

At the closing ceremony of the 25th Sao Paulo Forum, held in Caracas since July 25, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez urged representatives of the world left to play a leading role in the current scenario in the face of the escalation of oligarchy and Washington´s threats to global peace.

22 May, 2019 Nicolas Maduro Orders Traitors Capture

The President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, ordered the immediate capture of the traitors, during the Military Loyalty March in Campo Carabobo, where 12000 members of the National Bolivarian Armed Forces participated.

8 May, 2019 Venezuelan Military Say No to Treat to Treason

The Bolivarian National Armed Forces rejected statementsregarding Venezuela, made by the head of U.S. Southern Command, Admiral Craig Stephen Faller.The US Military High Comma

1 May, 2019 Un Head Insists on Political Solution in Venezuela

The Secretary General of the United Nations Organization, Antonio Guterres, insisted on the need for a political solution in Venezuela and called to avoid any manifestation of violence, its spokesperson said.